Career headlines: ◊ Played in 132 games during his career, the second-most in school history by a four-year Bulldog (Marcus Thornton played in 133 games, including nine games in 2012-13 before redshirting due to an injury). ◊ Started 98 of 100 outings – and all 54 SEC contests – during his final three seasons. ◊ Broke the Georgia career records for both free throws made (618) and attempted (896). In fact, he ranked No. 2 in FTAs (behind only “Pistol” Pete Maravich) and No. 6 in FTs in SEC history. ◊ Ranked No. 13 among UGA’s career scoring leaders with 1,411 points. ◊ Ranked No. 5 among UGA’s career assists leaders with 400 buckets-to-be. Tied with Vern Fleming and Dustin Ware at that spot. ◊ Named preseason first-team All-SEC as both a junior and a senior, the Bulldogs’ first-ever two-time preseason All-SEC honoree.
2015-16 Season Highlights: ◊ A preseason first-team All-SEC pick of league coaches, as well as a second-team choice by a panel of league and national media. ◊ One of only two players (along with Yante Maten) to start all 34 games. ◊ Reached double figures in scoring 20 times, upping his career total to 72 double-digit outings. ◊ One of the nation’s most versatile players who: 1) started at four different positions in first eight games – ‘2’ vs. Winthrop, ‘3’ vs. Georgia Tech, ‘5’ vs. Chattanooga and ‘1’ in five others; and 2) played all five positions – from point guard to post – against High Point. ◊ Opened his senior season with 17 points and a career-best-tying four steals in 41 minutes played against Chattanooga. ◊ Scored a then-season-best 21 points extremely efficiently at Mississippi State, connecting on 7-of-10 shots from the floor (including 2-of-3 3-pointers) and 5-of-6 attempts at the line.
2014-15 Season Highlights: ◊ A pre-season Coaches’ All-SEC first-team pick. ◊ One of only two Bulldogs (along with Nemi Djurisic) on an injury-riddled roster to play in all 33 games and tied with Djurisic for the most starts (32). ◊ Paced Georgia in playing time for the second straight season, logging 1,009 MP. ◊ In SEC individual stats, ranked No. 24 in scoring (11.2 ppg) and No. 10 in assists (3.6 apg). ◊ In stats for SEC league play, ranked No. 9 in assists (3.7 apg). ◊ Recorded season-high outputs of 23 points and four steals against No. 10 Gonzaga. ◊ Became the first Bulldog in 11 years to play 50 minutes when he did so versus Mercer. ◊ Scored 10 of his game-high 22 points during three OT periods against Mercer. ◊ Matched his career-high with 10 rebounds versus Norfolk State en route to his second career double-double. ◊ Shifted from point guard to utility man during SEC play in the wake of teammates’ injuries. ◊ Became UGA’s 45th 1,000-point scorer in the regular-season finale at Auburn. ◊ Scored in double figures in nine of the final 12 games, including two of three postseason outings. ◊ Posted a team-high 19 points against No. 23 Michigan State in NCAA Tournament, one of 20 double-digit scoring outings on the season.
2013-14 Season Highlights: ◊ Named second-team All-SEC by coaches, as well as honorable mention by AP. ◊ Ranked No. 11 and No. 21 in Division I free throw takes and makes, respectively. ◊ Emerged as Georgia’s offensive leader, with team-high scoring honors in 12 outings. ◊ Named SEC Player of the Week on Jan. 13 after scoring 40 points over a pair of victories at No. 21 Missouri and versus Alabama. ◊ Scored game-winning points twice versus Ole Miss – a free throw with 1.5 seconds left in regular season and an field goal with 16 ticks remaining in SEC Tournament. ◊ Posted his first career double-double in the SEC finale at LSU (22 points, 10 boards). ◊ Scored 25 of his career-high 29 points in NIT first-round win over Vermont in the second half as Georgia overcame a nine-point deficit.
2012-13 Season Highlights: ◊ Named to the SEC coaches’ All-Freshman team. ◊ Averaged 28.0 minutes over five-game homestand in December after logging 13.0 mpg during the first eight games of the season. ◊ Finished as team leader in assists and free throw attempts. ◊ Produced his best performance of the season in a March 2 win over Tennessee, when he matched scoring high of 18 and added eight assists.
Prep Highlights: ◊ Transferred to Milton High from Union Grove High for his senior season. ◊ Coached by David Boyd as a senior at Milton after playing for Russell Atkins during his freshman, sophomore and junior years at Union Grove. ◊ Earned second-team All-State honors for Class 5A from the Georgia Sports Writers Association as a senior after earning honorable mention recognition for Class 4A as both a sophomore and a junior. ◊ Helped Milton’s Eagles, a top-5 team nationally, to a 28-4 record and the 2012 Georgia Class 5A state championship. ◊ Averaged 16.2 points and 5.8 assists per game as a senior at Miltonafter averaging 22.1 points and 6.8 rebounds for Union Grove in 2011.
Personal: ◊ Full Name: Charles Mann, Jr. ◊ Birthdate: Aug. 12, 1994 ◊ Birthplace: Queens, N.Y. ◊ Major: Housing (graduated in May 2016). ◊ Recipient of the Charles Jones Basketball Scholarship.